It is important that schools and parents/carers do their best to ensure that children get the best out of the digital world in a safe online environment. Useful resources can be found below to help both parents and children.
Please find the school’s E-Safety Policy below which outlines appropriate use of the internet for both students and staff.
The resources below provide advice and guidance on:
ChildNet provides age-specific activities about online safety to do with your child at home. Childnet and NSPCC also provides tips for conversation starters, making a family agreement and reviewing parental controls along with advice on sexting, online games and video apps. The resources below will help parents and children understand the risks and keep your child safe.
Set up a free account by clicking on the link below to download colourful guides including:
The websites below provide practical tips to help children stay safe online including age-specific issues, setting devices up safely and tools for reporting issues to relevant organisations. Net Aware provides a guide to all the latest social network, apps and games.
If you have any safeguarding concerns regarding a child, please refer to our Safeguarding page by clicking on the link below.